I’m a big fan of Clayton Christensen. In fact, I just got done reading his latest book, How Will You Measure Your Life. I’m concerned, however, with how people might interpret his  opinion piece about Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), recently published in The Wall Street Journal. Some might read it and think that ACOs are a complete waste or because success isn’t guaranteed, the new approach isn’t worth trying. Some ACOs will fail, some will succeed I agree with a lot of the challenges that Christensen points out. However, Pioneer ACOs were launched with the intent that they would start from a more advanced position than other providers and teach the industry what works and what doesn’t in moving to the next phase of technology application – not that they would all be 100% successful. The CMS Medicare Shared Saving […]